The focus of today’s broadcast coverage continues to be on reports the US military has dropped a 21,600lb bomb on a tunnel complex used by Daesh militants in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister’s visit to Sandhurst and Gibraltar.
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In broadcast news, all major outlets report that the body of PC Keith Palmer, killed in the Westminster attack, is lying in rest at the Palace of Westminster ahead of his funeral today. There is also widespread coverage of the on-going …
A variety of stories feature in today’s media, including the Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon on the Andrew Marr show, UK troop deployments to Eastern Europe, and the RAF's 99th birthday.
Broadcast news this morning includes further updates on the attack on Westminster, as police say they believe Khalid Masood acted alone. There is also further reporting of the situation in Mosul, E-Bluey and Royal Navy submarines.
Stories of defence interest today include a report on BBC Breakfast on the battle for Mosul, looking at the plight of civilians living there who are at risk of starving because of a lack of food, and further reporting of UK training to Iraqi …
A number of Defence stories feature in today’s media, including preparations for the arrival of the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers at HMNB Portsmouth, and the last flight of the Lynx.
A variety of Defence stories feature in today’s media
A variety of Defence stories are covered in the media today, including follow up on Type 26, ration packs, and the A400M in New Zealand.
A variety of Defence stories feature in the media today, including Defence equipment programmes, IHAT and the Army's White Helmets.
This morning there is news of a terrorist attack on a mosque in Quebec yesterday which left six people dead and several others injured. The two attackers have been arrested.